June Events at the Musical Museum

Brett Wales and Richard Hills in concert this month

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The Musical Museum in Brentford


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Saturday 18 June - Brett Wales in Concert at the Wersi organ - 2.30pm

The Nottingham based musician makes his debut at the Musical Museum. Brett plays keyboards, the electronic organ and piano. He is noted for his playing of the Wersi electronic organ to enthusiastic audiences across the country.
Advance Tickets £12.50/ £15.00 on the door

Sunday 26 June - Richard Hills in Concert at the Wurlitzer - 3pm

The Museum says its resident organist is one of the very few to have mastered both classical and theatre organ. Richard has been awarded several scholarships including one at Westminster Abbey. He has performed internationally including in the USA. You are advised not to miss this chance to hear Richard play the Museum's Mighty Wurlitzer.
Advance Tickets £15.00 include a glass of prosecco / £17.50 at the door

On now until 26 June - Thomas Layton and Historic Brentford Exhibition

Learn about Thomas Layton & his collection in this exhibition at the Musical Museum. There is also an exhibition of Brentford photographs from the late 18th & early 19th Century collated by Brentford Thru My Lens. Admission to the exhibition is free. Donations welcome.

The Museum is open Friday, Saturday & Sunday 10am to 4pm.

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June 10, 2022

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